School Tech Supply (STS) provides refurbished PCs and discounted classroom technology to more than 50,000 public and private K-12 schools, colleges and universities across North America. The company is the result of a successful merger in 2010 between EduTech and one of its suppliers, Pacific OneSource, a company that specialized in refurbishing off-lease computer hardware. EduTech, was founded in 2001 by Marc Netka in response to a California state initiative that granted technology funding to high schools. Business partner Clark Buch, president of Pacific OneSource, teamed his company with Netka's when the two recognized the impact of 2008's economic turn. In their continued effort to provide more technology for less money, STS was recognized on the Inc. 500 fastest growing private companies list for the years 2012 and 2013.
Headquartered in Southern California with warehouses strategically located throughout the U.S., STS provides technology hardware, software solutions and IT asset disposition. The IT Services Department provides backup and recovery systems, WiFi networks, VoIP systems, mobile device management, and other managed solutions. STS delivers certified refurbished Dell, HP and Lenovo computers, that all include lifetime parts warranties, an all-in-one Network Management solution specifically engineered for the K-12 market, as well as mobile laptop carts, Hovercam document cameras, interactive whiteboards, scientific equipment, computer parts, printer ink and toner. Convert old IT assets into cash with guaranteed secure data destruction and zero landfill impact with STS IT Asset Management and Recovery Services for "end-of life-cycle" equipment.
STS is a valued member of the Microsoft Registered Refurbisher program. It was created by Microsoft to provide authorized Microsoft operating system software to PC refurbishers throughout the western hemisphere to increase the number of usable PCs available to nonprofits, schools, and low-income families by reducing the cost of their software. The program also benefits the environment by giving new life to a significant number of computers that may otherwise be destined for landfills. – less – More from ZoomInfo »